WHAT VISA do you need to Scotland?
The processing of the Scottish visa for a standard examination is up to 3 weeks. If necessary, you can order an urgent document processing service, the term for making a decision on a visa in this case will be 5 working days. The cost of the urgent consideration service is paid additionally (the cost in pounds varies on the website of the Consulate of Great Britain, approximately equivalent to 180 euros), check the price with our managers by phone: 044-222-8634, 094-822-8634.
Depending on the purpose of the trip, we will help you choose one of the list of types of visas in Scotland similar to the British, as for example:
- guest/ by invitation,
- business visa,
- wife/bride visa,
- transit visa,
- working visa,
- student visa.
The terms of registration and the rules of stay on the territory of Scotland depend on the type of visa that corresponds to your trip purpose and will be chosen for registration. The minimum period for issuing a Scottish / British visa for Ukrainian citizens will be 6 months. Longer visas are dealt with on an individual basis.
To find out more in the procedure for issuing a visa to Scotland, choosing the type of visa and the requirements for filing documents, we recommend you to contact professional visa managers who will help you to prepare and receive a visa to Scotland as soon as possible.
Prosto-Visa Agency provides visas support to UK/Scotland. Visas to the UK are the main direction of our company. Our visa advisors work for you 7 days a week and even on holidays they will be glad to help you and will advise you by phone or in our office: Kiev, Sichovych Striltsiv street, 37-41.
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For travellers to Scotland...
As you know, Scotland is part of the UK, which occupies the northern part of the country and includes the adjacent islands. Scotland will surprise you with the beauty of the picturesque plains, overgrown heaths of the uplands, the mystery of ancient castles and its no less mysterious Loch Ness Monster, as well as a peculiar sound of bagpipes, Scottish cloth and excellent Scotch whiskey. Every year in August the capital of Scotland, the city of Edinburgh, welcomes the participants and guests of the world's largest festival - Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
TOP10 Attractions in Scotland, which were prepared for you by our visa managers from Ukraine
The first place that must be visited is of course the capital of Scotland - Edinburgh, with its many parks, monuments attracting its beauty, the Victorian church. Also there is a castle in which the festival of military orchestras is held. For fans of shopping, you can go to Princess Street, where you can buy the necessary things for yourself or just for the memory of Scotland.
No less interesting and famous city in Scotland is Glasgow. Glasgow is considered as one of the religious and major educational centers in Scotland, here you can visit the Cathedral of Glasgow - this is the only cathedral that survived after the Reformation. The oldest house of Lord Provence was built more than 500 years ago. The Art Gallery and Museum Klingborough are the most popular museums in Scotland. The collection of the gallery presents more than 400 paintings, among the exhibits of the gallery are the works of Rembrandt, Monet, Dali, Van Gogh, Picasso, Degas. Glasgow is also famous for its noisy shopping centers in fact the best shopping in Scotland.
3. THE HOUSE OF QUEEN MARY SCOTLLAND
The house of Queen Mary of Scotland - a house museum in Jedburgh dedicated to Mary Stewart. There you can get acquainted with the personal things of the queen such as: documents, pictures, letters, jewels that betray intrigues of those times and will not leave you indifferent to the traditions and culture of Scotland.
4. LOCH NESS LAKE
The famous Loch Ness Lake is one of the most visited sights of Scotland. The reason lies in the numerous legends associated with the huge monster allegedly living in the lake. Recently, the tourist infrastructure is developing there very much, so you can safely walk along the lake, admiring the local landscapes and views.
5. ARRAN ISLAND
There are almost 800 islands in Scotland, the Arran Island, one of the most interesting for tourists, is located in the Firth of Clyde Bay off the west coast of Scotland. There are megalithic gallery tombs and stone rings on the island, which were used for ritual purposes in ancient timed. In the capital of the island of Arran, the town of Brodic, it is interesting to visit its main attraction - the castle with the same name, which belongs to the Dukes of Hamilton. Here you can see rare white deer. According to Celtic mythology, the white deer connects the real world with the peninsula.
6. HOLIROODNAUS PALACE
The residence of Elizabeth II, located in Scotland, in Edinburgh city is one of the famous monuments and landmarks of Great Britain. Palace like many ancient buildings in Edinburgh, is closely connected with the history of Scotland. Holyroodhouse is famous, first of all, by the fact that the Scots Queen Mary lived here. As a rule, the Queen of Great Britain uses the residence during her official visits to Scotland, where, according to a long tradition, spends one week. She appoints the first minister of Scotland and arranges various royal receptions right here. The rest of the time, when the Queen is absent, the palace, which is considered one of the most popular attractions of Edinburgh, is open to tourists.
7. GLENCOE VALLEY
Glencoe, a picturesque valley, located in the north of the UK, is considered one of the most beautiful and memorable places of the British Isles. Together with the highest mountain in Great Britain, Ben Nevis, the Glencoe Valley forms a separate part of the national reserve of Scotland. The valley is quite popular among tourists: because of its unique nature, historical monuments and accessibility. Mountaineers love this place, thanks to the variety of routes. In addition, the Glencoe Ski Area, is located on the Mealla Bhuiridh hill, 1108 meters high, and has a well-developed network of lifts. It is very popular among local and, in particular, residents of Glasgow.
8. MUSEUN OF SCOTCH HISTORY IN EDINBURGH
You can find the largest collection of bottles of Scotch only in this museum. It has 3,500 copies. The museum is located near the Edinburgh Castle, on the Royal Mile. In addition, there is an opportunity to get acquainted with the full cycle of producing this famous drink and taste over a hundred varieties. There is also a restaurant in the building of the museum (it is open from Tuesday to Sunday during lunch and dinner) with the same impressive selection of scotch.
9. SKYE ISLAND
This island is one of the most beautiful corners of Scotland. The calm Skye island is part of the Hebrides Islands, located on the north-east of the Scottish coast. People come here to walk along the coast, climb to the highest point of the island of Skye - Mount Kulin, see the castle of Dunvegan, which still belongs to the clan of McCloud. In the center of the island there are powerful mountains and stretch marshy wastelands, among which tiny lakes and picturesque villages are scattered. The dream of romantics!
10. THE GARDEN OF COSMIC REFLECTION OF CHARLES JENKS
The Garden of Cosmic Reflections, located in the Dammas city in the southwestern part of Scotland, has the status of one of the most original and interesting on the planet. This work of landscape art was created by two talented people - a famous architect, postmodernist Charles Jenks and his wife, landscape designer Meggie Chesvik. This is a unique garden in its own way, walking along which you will find that it was created not by man, but by extraterrestrial civilization. The park is not rich in an abundance of plants, however, all forms and designs of sculptures symbolize mathematical forms and scientific phenomena. The Garden of Cosmic Reflections harmoniously combines the natural form, curves and symmetry.
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date of article: 2017-07-05
Author: Visa Agency Prosto-Visa
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